Cast:Karthi, Nayantara, Sri Divya, Vivek
Producer:S R Prakashbabu, S R Prabhu
Release Dt :Oct, 28 2016
A story of a controller of ghosts, Kaashmora, played by Karthi, Kaashmora portrays how the lead actor falls in trouble due to this own deeds and finds himself in the trap of old fort in which the spirit of Raj Nayak lives. The remaining movie is all about Kaashmora’s relationship with Raj Nayak and the series of incidents happened nearly 700 years ago. To find more and the climax, watch Kaashmora in theaters.
As a periodic drama, Kaashmora is filled with top class virtual effects (VFX) and are the major highlights of the movie. Although Karthi’s marvelous acting performance is at top notch throughout the film, the first of Kaashmora is a bit slow but has a lot of entertainment in it. You will feel that few songs in the first half of the movie are of no use and spoils the flow of the film. In the average first of Kaashmora, the interval period offers something interesting to watch for ther viewers.
In the second half, however, story remains the same, as the second half has many flaws. But we must say that climax scenes does uplift a movie a bit. As I have already mentioned, Karthi’s performance is just outstanding in the film. Female lead Nayanthara also succeeds in impressing the audience. However, few scenes in the movie looked to have dragged a lot and the editor should have cut it down. The performances of the actors, are the main forces behind making the second half watchable. Even though climax of the film is nice, it’s completely predictable.
With his comic timing, Karthi’s performance in the movie is just amazing, has been the showstopper in the film. As always, Nayanthara also has been expressive in the film throughout and has performed well in the assigned role. Sri Divya as well as Vivek has also acted great and have been decent in the film.
Although Kaashmora’s script is average, it has a touch of various other movies as well. However, the screenplay as well as dialogues are good. The music of the film is terrible as soundtracks as well as the background score are not worth hearing. But the most important thing for a periodic drama, cinematography is the best. Director Gokul’s efforts can be seen in the movie but the flaws in the story has cost the film badly.
Kaashmora Final Word
Kaashmora offers you some top class VFX and extremely powerful performances by the lead actors. However, flaws in the story, dragging of scenes as well as disappointing music makes it an average flick.